Since 2014, we have been offering high-quality tours for explorers, nature lovers and connoisseurs from all over the world with one specific goal: to enable guests to experience Georgia up close. From private, group or feeder trips to family trips according to very personal demands and wishes - we take care of the details so that Georgia is open to young and old.
Nature, culture, history, architecture, food and wine - Georgia has so much to offer. And we know our way around. So good, in fact, that we are able to design our tours in such a way that
our guests can get to know the country and its people on their voyage of discovery, while always being relaxed on the way.
Depending on the route and time available, a local hotel is the base for two to three days of excursions, sightseeing and leisure activities before moving on to the next leg of the journey. This keeps the days varied and there is always that nice feeling of coming home. Travelling the Georgian way.
Our Signature Tours speak for themselves here. Of course, we also offer completely customised tours to specific destinations or according to the motto "Georgia on the fly". For guests who already know the country a little or who only have a little time to spare.
And when we say everyone, we mean everyone: guests, tour operators and hoteliers. Because only then can we be satisfied with our travel planning.
And that is not always easy. Because in Georgia, there is (still) no official certification - stars, for example, owners like to award themselves - and often guest safety, comfort, cuisine and sanitary conditions leave a lot to be desired. That's why we always keep our eyes open and cultivate our network.
Whether metropolis or remote mountain village - we know the best local addresses for every budget: whether first-class design hotel, charming boutique hotel or picturesque inn. We pay attention to norms, set high standards for hygiene and safety, and at the same time prefer to recommend houses that are well run by Georgian entrepreneurs. For more authenticity and healthy, sustainable tourism.
So that we, our guests and also the hoteliers can sleep well. Win-win for all.
Food and drink keep body and soul together - and even if the origin of this saying is not clear, it is definitely at home in Georgia and is lived anew every day.
The challenge: From tradition to fusion - there are delicacies to be discovered everywhere in the country. That's why we pay attention to a balanced experience of typical Georgian cuisine already when planning our tours. And that our guests can also go on a culinary voyage of discovery themselves.
Whether in a hotel, with a local family or in a speciality restaurant - as always in life, it all comes down to the right mix. In this case, comprehensive service and local recommendations. That's why we always keep ourselves and our guides up to date on what's hot and what's not.
How nice when there is someone on a trip who takes care of everything, holds the group together, is the contact person for everyone and everything, ensures that the extraordinary becomes possible, negotiates, organises, does and makes.
That's right - the tour leaders, drivers and guides we train ensure unique experiences, a successful trip and satisfied guests. Good language skills, passion, cordiality and a lot of knowledge about the country and its people are part of the basic equipment. Insider stories, empathy for the needs of the tour group as well as tips and tricks for skilfully looking behind the facades of the tourist attractions are the certain extra that each of them brings along for an even more intensive and relaxed Georgia experience.
We value our partners' work and time just as much as we want to meet our clients' requirements. That's why we involve several providers with different price-performance
ratios, depending on the client's budget and agency profile.
From small family-run businesses to luxury hotels, from start-ups to renowned wineries - our goal is to work with all parties to create a needs-oriented, diverse and at the same time
attractive offer for everyone.
Yes, although we know the price pressure: The good relationship with all stakeholders is more important to us. We think it is fairer and more sustainable at the same time.